Matthew Perry Re-lists Hollywood Hills Home

Former Friends star and current Go On sitcom star Matthew Perry is once again trying to sell his home in Hollywood Hills, this time cutting the price by $400,000 down to $5.295 million. He bought the house in 2008 for $4.475 million.

The Los Angeles home at 2415 Carmen Crest Drive is a modest 4,100 square feet built in 1955 on a third of an acre.

The home has three bedrooms, 3.5 baths, and a home theater. It features a modern design that incorporates walls of glass, and living spaces that offer considerable views over the skyline.

He listed the home for $5.695 million in October 2011, then took it off the market earlier this year and is now trying to sell it again at the slightly reduced asking price.

Perry bought a home on the Sunset Strip in Los Angeles last year, and sold his West Hollywood condo last year at a loss. He also had a Malibu home listed for sale, but that has been off the market since March 2012.

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Joe is a power writer and an independent contractor with eReal Estate Holdings, writing articles, blogs, guides and press releases about various topics in the real estate industry. He has been writing about real estate topics since 2001, including community developments from land clearing to final homes sales, to home construction of residences of all sizes up to the multimillion-dollar luxury segment. Joe started with the Company in 2011 writing articles for Condo.com, and over the years has expanded his expertise to writing for Houses.com and Property.com.